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PBS
Jan 4, 2014 2:00am PST
comeback and governor jerry brown rising. he visited china in april to establish a trade relationship and ended the year with a big budget surplus for the state. a stalemate in congress led to the sequester and a federal government shutdown for more than two weeks. shuttering attractions and furloughing workers. it was a bumpy launch for the affordable care act while the covered california rollout went more smoothly. the push for comprehensive immigration reform stalled. president obama's approval ratings took a big hit even in solidly blue california. same-sex marriage advocates celebrated rulings by the u.s. supreme court. edward snowden leaked about surveillance and raised eyebrows. >> privacy lets us determine who we are and who we want to be. >> and questions about the role of silicon valley companies. social media darling twitter had its ipo. the latest tech boom in the bay area fueled job gains and higher housing prices. there was the long-awaited opening of the new eastern span of the bay bridge, after months of threatened delays due to faulty bolts. two b.a.r.t. strikes drove the
PBS
Jan 2, 2014 3:00pm PST
the first day of coverage for many americans under the affordable care act. jeffrey brown updates the health care law's roll-out. earlier this week the obama administration released official enrollment figures showing at 1.1 million people have signed up for health insurance using the federal exchange, with more than 975,000 of those coming during the month of december. another 900,000 people registered through the individual state exchanges for a total of 2.1 million. a quick surge but short of an early administration estimate of 3.3 million people would sign up by the start of 2014. julie appleby of kaiser health news joins me now for an update. welcome back. >> thank you. >> brown: first, after all that's happened it's probably useful just to remind people what actually happened when this all kicked in? what were the important changes? >> this is a key date because it was a milestone in a way. a lot of the key provision of the health care law kicked in so things like insurers can no longer reject people who have medical conditions. they can no longer charge men or women more th
SFGTV
Jan 6, 2014 1:00am PST
please, please obey the rules of public comment and i know what the brown act is i can speak under any topic here as well as i don't harass anyone on the board so don't tell me what the rules are. >> i don't tell you what the rules are you obviously don't know them. >> i don't want a sermon. >> mr. lawrence please. i speak on behalf of we the people and when i bring comments here in front of the commissioners, any questions or comments? public at larger. >> there's the opinion. >> (multiple voices). >> he don't have a basis to get involved. >> legislator your voice. >> i was speaking. >> you're not allowed to speak in a public former. >> mr. thank you, your honor man arresting you're not allowed to address me when i'm speaking. >> i don't need a sermon from you when i'm speaking either. are you done >> mr. lawrence to me. >> i appreciate it if you start me at 3 minutes i was 2rur79d by mr. thank you, your honor man. >> your 3 minutes have not started. >> don't start insinuating me. please lower your voice the minutes have started >> you better keep your lieutenant in line here that's p
FOX News
Dec 29, 2013 5:00pm PST
is from massachusetts and fox news contributor scott brown. >> good to see you, governor. >> i worry a lot about the divisions with the republican party and some of the outside groups that spend millions of to attack other republicans and i'm thinking why don't we spend the money showing the differences between republicans and democrat and liberals and conservatives rather than the differences ever so minute of republicans. >> that is the question of the day. if you remember what president reagan said, rather have someone at your 70 or 80% friend than 100% your enemy. we are taking people with similar beliefs and dividing each other and fighting over the scraps when we could actually be uniting. because i have always felt as a republican since i was 18 years old and you may or may not know this about me, my mom and dad were married and divorced four times each and lived in 18 houses and my mom was on welfare. but when i chose to vote for president reagan at 18 years old was because it was a choice in this world in succeeding in this world and we are finding now it is not good to be a
SFGTV
Jan 4, 2014 5:30pm PST
compliance with the officers and we moot with officer brown and went over our interim rules. we're down to very, very if you patrol specialize two handfuls and trying to bring the program into contains and who owns what beat and what beat is still active. this has come up because a serious lack of compliance and that's not good for public safety or trust and the patrols are 0 unique. officer brown is amp - we'll meet with the lead patrol person and have this on calendar in the beginning of march and the rule changes are knowing who's working in the appropriate uniforms to that other compliance to who owns the beat and so there's no confusion change the uniforms inform to the same ones the sheriff's department is wearing and thank you, officer brown >> so march 5 we're looking at those rules and potentially adapting them. i do want to second that officer brown is excellent very excellent and prepared and doing her best to bring the patrol into a compliance. there's a limit to what you can do but officer brown is incredible. i've met with a lot of sfpd leads and she's the best i've s
FOX News
Dec 30, 2013 12:00am PST
the bad news for the president means good nows for the republicans in scott brown on the political landscape tonight. >> last-minute changes are making insurance companies to accommodate the president and his law. what surprises lies a head. >> the catholic church wins a victrow against obama air. will the birth control man date be scrapped from the law once and for all? . ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. (applause) >> thank you very much. welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios and happy now year everybody. 2013 started with followers of president obama feeling like they were the world. there was a confidence and arrogance in winning the 20 authority 12 elections and a new level of partisanship. the president skated past questions of benghazi. and his pals would not throw him accountable. and cony capitalism and showered with taxpayer money and a world falling apart in the seams. by the ep of the year, approval ratings would be nearing those of richard nixon and the democratic party would so a rush and rather quick than face voers over the train wreck and legisl
PBS
Dec 31, 2013 6:00pm PST
about the rest of the economy? jeffrey brown recorded our end- of-the-year look yesterday. >> wall street was up in 2013, way up, by any and all major market measures. in the meantime, the outlook for main street, economic growth in jobs was better but hardly great. we discuss what is going on with hugh johnson, a market analyst who runs his own investment management firm, robin faz ed and harry holtzer from georgetown university and welcome to ail of you. hugh johnson, start us off. how good a year was this for stocks? >> there's no word that i think -- no superlative that is strong enough to really describe how good of a year it was. it was not only a good year. it's one of the better years we have had. if you go back and look at the records since 1890 but i would say the biggest thing was it was a big surprise. i don't know anybody that had been forecasting, a lot of people forecast and up year but nobody forecasted anything over 12 to 15 percent so a big year and big surprise. >> robin was it a surprise to you? >> you're going to have to toast mr. ben bernanke on new year's eve
PBS
Jan 1, 2014 6:00pm PST
scientific community, california governor jerry brown decided to act. in november he announced changes to the state's furniture flamm ability standards, an act that didn't require legislative approval. products will no longer have to withstand a 12 second open flame test. instead, they will be required to past a smoulder test that furniture manufacturers can meet without adding flame retardants to their products. >> they have saved lives. >> but >> sreenivasan: but not everyone is happy about the change. marcelo hirschler is a fire scientist in mill valley california and a consultant for the flame retardant industry. he thinks it's a mistake to take flame retardants out of extremely flammable furniture. >> the amount of heat in an upholstered sofa is enough to burn down your entire house. we need to do something to prevent the flammability of the products that we're sitting on. flame retardants are an excellent tool when used appropriately. >> sreenivasan: and hirschler says even though the overall number of home fires and fire- related deaths have gone down dramatically, due in part t
ABC
Jan 1, 2014 11:00pm EST
brown faces several charges including second-degree child abuse. tom rogers is following this story for us and he joins us and hanover. what do you know? >> police and neighbors and parents, everyone we talked to cannot believe it. this 24-year-old mother was accused of doing this at the casino behind me on the fourth level of the parking garage. this is something even police are calling absolutely stupid. >> of course the child was scared. >> the police used to sing terrible things say that this is in a class by itself. 24-year-old alycia brown allegedly not only left her child alone for eight and a half hours, she also put sheets over the window to make sure that no one saw the four-year-old. it is not clear if she ever checked on the little girl the whole time. care less if they had the whole car set up like a day care center, the child should not be left alone by itself. >> brown lives in baltimore. no one answered the door at one address linked to brown, and in this neighborhood on the west side where she lived most recently, the woman at her listed address said that she did no
PBS
Dec 30, 2013 11:00am PST
start making your crêpes, they're likely to get spotty brown, there may be holes in them-- it's all because the pan wasn't properly heated. so while the pan is heating, we can get started on the batter. and i have a cup of all-purpose flour, a quarter-teaspoon of salt, and just a teaspoon of sugar to give it a little bit of sweetness. and almost all crêpe batters are the same. there's not much variation at all in the ingredients. because there's a very high liquid-to-flour ratio in this recipe, the type of flour doesn't make really any difference. >> it doesn't have time to form gluten. >> no, and even if you really whip this batter very vigorously, still you won't overwork it and... >> so this is an idiot-proof recipe. nothing matters, right? so far, anyway. >> that's right, even you can make it. >> this is great. >> and now we'll mix together the liquid ingredients. so i have three eggs and a cup and a half of whole milk. so there's our milk and our eggs. we'll add half of that to our flour. i'm just adding half at a time to make sure the batter becomes perfectly smooth. and then
KOFY
Jan 4, 2014 9:00pm PST
smith like brett favre. a shovel pass 24-7 up by as many as 28. here come the colts fumbled by brown and andrew luck, lucky bounce and he'll take it. colts down three. luck, deep, ty hilton 64 yards and lead it 45-44. fourth and 11. looks like a completion smith so bow, one foot in, one foot out. luck three interceptions by indy with the second largest come back in nfl history. only buffalo, 3 2 point come back in houston. >> guys stepped up. everybody stepped up. every player had at least three big plays that turned the game around. >> when you get these opportunities you don't know how often it will come, if at all. just try to go make the most of it and fortunately for us, we get it done tonight. >> game of inches. nfc wild card. saints never won a road game until tonight. drew brees, third quarter to 24 yards, five minutes left, eagles trail 23-17. nick to former stanford tight end on top by one. too much time left for brees. shane grant 32 yards, it's good. 26-24 new orleans, they will play seattle in the divisional round. >> you know with the injuries we had, which have been -- we
CBS
Dec 30, 2013 11:00pm PST
and the browns fired their coach after one season. >>> basketball, sacramento based grant high school picked a holiday tournament for a showcase. first they had to figure out socal. off the turnover here's brown to olivier. able tv live grant wins it 61-58 in the tournament. olivier is the tournament mvp averaging 20 points per game. >>> tonight's top five, if you're going to deliver a memorable television live shot, kids, do it like the utah reporter. >> reporter: i have cross- country skis. so give us some base. okay. e >> you all right? >> no. 4, how do you want a retiring mack brown? like this with a texas longhorns band. texas lost the alamo bowl game to oregon 30-7. no. 3 check the reporter on this hard check. just an ordinary chicago/l.a. game. no. 2, allen and he's going to duke next year, yeah! jumps over four guys. no. 1, champion baptist college first points of the game closer to 44-1 after 15 minutes. when it was all said and done, southern beat baptist 116-12. >> oh, ouch. >> that's not an error. that was the actual score. >> march madness is closing in on us, isn'
PBS
Dec 30, 2013 6:00pm PST
a full agreement are playing inside iran. tonight, jeffrey brown takes a closer look at that side of the story. >> brown: david ignatius, foreign affairs columnist for the "washington post," recently returned from a reporting trip to iran, where he looked at perceptions and opinions surrounding the country's negotiations with the west. he joins me now. welcome back. >> thank you. >> brown: you saw a lively debate within iran about this deal. explain what you saw and how did the sides divide. >> i was in iran for four days, not a long time so i don't want to pretend that i have any kind of comprehensive view. but i did manage to see representatives of the most pragmatic, pro negotiation wing, the foreign minister zarif and one of the hardest line people close to the supreme leader, a man name the hughes ann maduri who was the editor of the big conservative newspaper. these two spoke about the negotiations over the nuclear issue with the united states and other countries in such different terms. and what was fascinating to me was the pragmatist zarif and the hard-liner maduri each spok
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2014 4:15am EST
a bachelor in english from brown. independent book sellers association. perhaps his passion for the subject can be demonstrated from the july 21st block postin connecticut when he attended the launching of the newly restored charles w. morgan's america's only survivorring 19th century whale ship. the picture he posted was quote taken at the moment of impact as a kristining bottle containing water from all of the seas. next i would like to introduce brenda wine apple. a non-fiction writer. a "new york times" reviewer in august noted that brenda takes the reader on a different road traveled by many other histories of the sifm war. the growing gulf between north and south. and suddenly a multicar pileup the civil war. but instead of that usual ride wrote the reviewer she takes us on a different ride. the monaco grand grand pri x. it's history in real time. the fisa the friendship of emily dickinson and thomas wentworth. "haw thorn." she's a regular contributor to "the new york times" book review and the nation and editor of the selective poetry. in 2009 she received a push cart prize,
CW
Dec 30, 2013 10:00pm PST
sunday, the browns fired rob after just one season. carlos rogers has an injured right hamstring. he did it at some point, yesterday's win. we don't have the results, but his status for sunday is uncertain. for week one, we play matthews, out of bounds. not likely to happen again. matthews will be out sunday. best defensive player has a busted thumb. retiring mack brown, coach's final game. two pick six's thrown by the quarterback. the damage, number two in oregon beats texas 30-7. fare well to mack brown. the turnover to oliver. to grant high school star was a tournament mvp. 61-58 at marin catholic tonight. i was shooting it and the floor shook. >> boom, boom. >> that does it for the news at 10:00. we'll see you at 11:00. >> always on kpix.com. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, (bart laughing) (children cry out in pain) (children groaning) bart, stop it! you might fall. oh, he's such a cute little rascal. (thinking): oh, my god, is she flirting with me? i can see where he gets his good looks. she is flirting with me!
SFGTV
Jan 1, 2014 10:00am PST
need to papt in greenfinancesf. our governor jerry brown funded a program to address their concerns and freddie mac and fannie mae will not be impacted by this. san francisco will be participating in the reserve fund so we're protect. and greenfinancesf will cement our role as a national leader in climate change and make it easy for property owners to make these changes and create jobs on local projects. we have more work to do with this program to make it successful and make sure everyone joins together to restart greenfinancesf. i have a number of people i want to thank and mayor lee, the department of finance, the commission on the environment and my staff and jess for his efforts on this project and we have a few speakers today so i will ask them to come up. i believe rich chin is here who is a program manager for greenfinancesf and within the department of the environment. >> chair farrell can i make a couple of comments? >> absolutely. >>i want to thank all of you supervisor farrell and bringing this newly fine tuned program forward. i did want to say after our pace program wa
FOX News
Dec 29, 2013 11:00pm PST
brown, if, in 2014, which just happens to be an election year, becomes a battle between two competing narrows, the president is pushing income inequality and i'm a champion of the middle class, which worked so well for him in 2012, and the republicans are pushing obamacare and all the problems with big government, and these are the guys who gave it to you and you need to turn them out, which side wins? >> it depends where you live. i think it goes state-by-state. and i think the obamacare disaster is actually contributing to what we're seeing in the economy. businesses are holding back from hiring, there is a lot of uncertainty with people. they don't know whether to move forward or not, take the fine or not, so there is a lot of indecision. that lack of regulatory tax and uncertainty with obamacare and what do we do, what do we not do. if congress wanted to pass this before the holidays, it would have done it. they didn't do it, it wasn't a priority. will they go and do it retroactively? >> you mean extending the unemployment benefits. >> yes. we did it before, it will probably pass
FOX News
Jan 1, 2014 2:00pm PST
, buttes county, georgia. that is congressman paul brown. president obama had people like him when he proposed the sequester in 2011. >> if we went back to the constitution, people won't have a problem with the debt. >> people have to remember how the sequester came about and that was a fight over the debt ceiling. >> a fight andrew mccarthy of the national review said was picked by tea party republicans like brown. >> a lot of the professional politicians of both parties said, oh, they are crazy, they are going to cause us to default and throw the world economy into chaos but eventually they forced a deal with the sequester on an unwilling washington. >> the deal was this -- if republicans and democrats could not cut $1.2 trillion out of the growth of spending over ten years, automatic cuts would kick in. half would come from domestic spending and half from defense. >> we're not doing it. >> that is why brown was torn over the sequester last winter. he desperately wants to downsize the government, except for the pentagon. >> we need to make targeted cuts but a strong national defense
ABC
Dec 29, 2013 11:00pm PST
full season's precipitation. >> governor jerry brown has assembled a task force to consider a statewide drought order. >>> there is very little snow in the sierra. holiday travelers encountered brown hill sides instead of snowpack along the sides of mountain highways. skiers have been able to hit the slopes because some resorts have made -- have used snow making machines. >>> it is a different story across the country. two storm systems are dumping brutal weather from the midwest up to new england. richard cantu has the latest. >> the arctic blast brought blizzards to the northern plains. a virtual whiteout in north dakota created near zero visibility prompting officials to ban travel in the northeast part of the state. heavy snow caused a ballroom overhang to collapse in duluth, minnesota and forcing emergency responders to block off the area. >> i actually spoke to a woman who said she had just been going to step outside and saw the thing collapse right in front of her. >> in new england power crews were working around the clock to restore power to thousands who were without heat and
Al Jazeera America
Dec 29, 2013 8:00pm EST
texas. matt brown coaching two games. >> replacing brown is well beyond the field. >> texas long horn football is a cash cow. according to texas, they lead out of all teems, the only team to bring in more than $100 million a year. that happened with the past two. all with a team that has not played. 30 wins, losses. according to patrick, it's a research firm in st. lieu ace. even though there has been a lull here the last few years, there's a situation that built the brand and you had a state of texas, it's so rich and saturated, people are crazy about the sport, in the state of texas, and university of texas long horns fell. current ut students missed the glory days when the long horns won the title. from a popularity standpoint texas is on top. >> you go into a walmart, loving texas. all that, and there's still longhorn merchandise. >> they brought in 109 million, of which 82 million was profit. most come from ticket sales. royalty and donors. there's a situation where everything is bigger in texas, there's a lot of wealthy individuals. the two men credited with making texas footbal
PBS
Jan 7, 2014 12:00am PST
the book, it is hard to talk about issues and not talk about your relationship with jerry brown. what about the fact that life brings him back to the governor's office? >> that is the problem we have had with these politicians. a guy just is running the country and did not know what he was doing. jerry has had a lot of experience. job.nk he's doing a great when you are bankrupt, spend more because it comes back. i don't know why the republicans are worried. he is a very careful spender but the government has to spend money during a recession because they're spending is our earning. >> a funny story of one of the consequences of dating jerry brown. tell a story about the flood real quick. >> i was living on malibu, which was a silly thing to do. you learn that you do not build a house on a floodplain and the beach is a floodplain because the beach is elastic and does not stay in the same shape or same contour. and it is aliving bad idea. year of storms, it is a catastrophe. it had done a lot of damage to houses. the rest of malibu wanted help from the government. jerry said, we c
ABC
Dec 30, 2013 2:00am PST
until the first of april when we look at the full season's precipitation. >> governor jerry brown has assembled a task force to consider a statewide drought order. >>> there is very little snow in the sierra. holiday travelers encountered brown hill sides instead of snowpack along the sides of mountain highways. skiers have been able to hit the slopes because some resorts have made -- have used snow making machines. >>> it is a different story across the country. two storm systems are dumping brutal weather from the midwest up to new england. richard cantu has the latest. >> the arctic blast brought blizzards to the northern plains. a virtual whiteout in north dakota created near zero visibility prompting officials to ban travel in the northeast part of the state. heavy snow caused a ballroom overhang to collapse in duluth, minnesota and forcing emergency responders to block off the area. >> i actually spoke to a woman who said she had just been going to step outside and saw the thing collapse right in front of her. >> in new england power crews were working around the clock to re
NBC
Jan 1, 2014 5:00pm EST
scared, but she was not physically harmed. her mother, 24-year-old alicia brown is in jail. she's facing second-degree child abuse, leaving a child unattended and neglect. >> you should almost turn around and put your hands behind your back. no excuse. >> reporter: surveillance video shows brown getting out of her car at 10:00 in the morning. the child discovered 6:30 in the evening when temperatures were in the 30s. brown showed up while investigators were on scene and was taken into custody. >> i could careless if they have child set up by a day care owner. especially a baby. that's unfit. >> reporter: maryland live released a statement late this afternoon. it says in part incidents of parental neglect and lack of personal responsibility are disturbing. we'll have more coming up on news 4 at 6:00. you may wonder, why didn't anyone call police for eight and a half hours? well, they didn't realize there was a child in the car. that's because the mom allegedly did things to try to hide her in the car. i'll tell you what that was again coming up on news 4 at 6:00. reporting live from maryl
PBS
Jan 3, 2014 3:00pm PST
and possibly an entire region. jeffrey brown has the story. >> brown: in november, machinist union workers at boeing voted down a new contract extension. pensions were the most contested issue. after boeing offered several revisions, a new vote is taking place today, with results expected tonight. the stakes are high: thousands of jobs and the building of boeing's new 777x plane. if the union approves the contract, boeing says it will go ahead and build the plane in unionized factories in washington state, the company's historic manufacturing home. if there's another "no" vote, boeing says it may well go elsewhere. 22 other states responded to a solicitation from the company with proposals to build the new jet in their areas. joining us now: harley shaiken, a professor at the university of california berkeley who specializes in labor issues. and richard gritta, a professor of finance at the university of portland and expert on the airline industry. start us off, explain the pension and other issues here and the dilemma for the union members voting on this? well, it's a real dilemma
PBS
Jan 4, 2014 4:00pm PST
doesn't make good guacamole. if it's overripe, it's brown anm yucky-looking, and it just doesn't make good guacamole. so, you really want to kind of feel so it's just soft. it doesn't want to be real soft, but just soft. if it starts to wrinkle and stuff, that's too ripe. if it's too hard, that's underripe. just a little pinch. these are in pretty nice shape. >> now what you got to do -- and be careful with your knife, ay? -- but you want to cut it in half, okay? >> remember, you always need your parents' permission before you use a knife. >> so, i like to take my knife and put it between my fingers like this, and then just -- >> so you don't want your fingers anywhere near it, right? >> that's exactly right, and you can actually then rotate it -- once you get your cut in, you can just rotate it like that, and it cuts it right around the pit, and then you juiá twist it and open it up. see how it's nice and green and soft? >> oh, tha$ns beautiful. yeah. >> okay. now, there's different ways of getting tat pit out. a lot of chefs will take a guacamole, okay, where it'ske gonna end
CBS
Jan 4, 2014 6:30pm EST
, disturbing. >> reporter: this case comes two days after the arrest of alicia brown, who allegedly left her 4-year-old daughter in the car for more than eight hours while she went gambling at a casino. what's even more shocking is that these two cases of child abandonment happened just steps away from each other. this is the best buy parking lot where the 6-year-old boy was discovered last night. and right next door is the casino where the 4-year-old girl was found on christmas eve. the law allows an 8-year-old to be home or in a car alone, though it's not recommended. >> common sense should trump the law. >> reporter: police say the boy's mother had no idea he had been left by the grandfather. the children in both cases were physically unharmed. in anne arundel county, wusa 9. >> alicia brown, the mom in the maryland case, is out on bail this weekend. a family member is now caring for her daughter. >>> still ahead on wusa 9, how long will the temperatures be going down and how low will they fall tonight? what 'about freezing rain? erica has the full forecast, next. my dad has aor afib.
ABC
Jan 5, 2014 6:00pm PST
green bay packers fans in the brown, but they quickly took off the moment the niners declared victory. the team will enough head to face the carolina panthers next weekend for a divisional playoff game. we're live in san francisco. abc7 news. go niners. >>> funny to see everybody in their short sleeved shirts. colin rush is here with a look at how the niners got it done. >> i love wild card weekend. especially when the niners win. aaron rodgers and his postgame press conference didn't mince any wards. we should have won this game, he said. fact is, the niners made the plays when they need in the closing minutes to pull it out. five degrees at kickoff. weather not much of factor. forth quart ex-kaepernick to davis. 28 yards. 20-17 san francisco. packers tie it at 20. san francisco drives into field goal range. phil dawson, 33 yards, won it. look tell replay. that's house. the ball goes between his arms. could have been, should have been blocked. game-winner. niners win 23-20, advance to play carolina next sunday. 10:00 a.m. kickoff on the west coast. a jubilant jim harbaugh. >> didn't
KOFY
Jan 5, 2014 7:00pm PST
the brown, but they quickly took off the moment the niners declared victory. the team will enough head to face the carolina panthers next weekend for a divisional playoff game. we're live in san francisco. abc7 news. go niners. >>> funny to see everybody in their short sleeved shirts. colin rush is here with a look at how the niners got it done. >> i love wild card weekend. especially when the niners win. aaron rodgers and his postgame press conference didn't mince any wards. we should have won this game, he said. fact is, the niners made the plays when they need in the closing minutes to pull it out. five degrees at kickoff. weather not much of factor. forth quart ex-kaepernick to davis. 28 yards. 20-17 san francisco. packers tie it at 20. san francisco drives into field goal range. phil dawson, 33 yards, won it. look tell replay. that's house. the ball goes between his arms. could have been, should have been blocked. game-winner. niners win 23-20, advance to play carolina next sunday. 10:00 a.m. kickoff on the west coast. a jubilant jim harbaugh. >> didn't think we could pull it
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2014 8:15am EST
photography, some of the greatest names in war correspondents, staff, malcolm browne, peter arnett george edgar, a adams to name a few. the photo coverage from the vietnam war constitutes 25,000 images. now almost 50th anniversary of the war, we could get a first associated images of the conflict in vietnam. the book vietnam the real war, photographic history by the associated press is a collection of 300 images, we are thrilled to have some of the ip correspondents joining us as well as current ap photographers who covered modern day was to talk about these images from vietnam. gillick surprise winning correspondent peter arnett who covered the vietnam war. ap for 13 years, julie jacobson who has worked as a photographer for the associated press since 2001 and has covered pretty much everything from the olympics to wars and been embedded multiple times in iraq and afghanistan, santiago lyon. [applause] >> director of photography for the associated press responsible for the global total reporting and hundreds of photographers and photo editors worldwide who produced it. if you take pictur
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